Student Conduct - Adviser/Attorney Resources
Students going through the student conduct process are welcomed to secure the assistance of a personal adviser through the process. The primary role of the personal adviser is to serve as moral support for that student and may or may not be a member of the University community. A personal adviser may be a parent, student, faculty/staff member, attorney, or any other individual selected by the alleged student.
In an effort to better serve our students and partner with advisers through our process, we have provided information below concerning the role of a personal adviser through the student conduct process. In addition, for more information on the specifics of the conduct process, advisers are asked to review the current version of the University's 2013-2014 Code of Student Conduct document.
Adviser & Attorney Resources
- 2013-2014 Code of Student Conduct
- Alcohol and other Drug Policy
- Core Action Plans for Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Tuition Credit/Refund for Disciplinary Suspension or Permanent Dismissal
- Kearns Hall, Suite 105
- Phone: 843-349-4161
- Fax: 843-349-2316